The former executives of Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP on trial for allegedly defrauding the firm’s lenders and investors will rest their cases on Tuesday without testifying in their own defense and proceed directly to closing arguments, attorneys said Thursday.
After the U.S. Supreme Court twice upheld a district court's injunction stopping a controversial abortion law in Texas from going into effect, health clinics in the state asked the high court Thursday to make a final decision as to whether the law itself is legal.
Sanofi SA unit Genzyme Corp. agreed Thursday to a roughly $32.5 million fine to resolve criminal charges that it encouraged surgeons to use its Seprafilm surgical product in unapproved ways that contaminated it, and suggested without enough proof that it was safe for certain cancer surgeries.
A Japanese automotive parts supplier has agreed to pay a $65.3 million fine and plead guilty for its role in a conspiracy to fix prices and rig bids for vehicle emissions parts, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Thursday.
The University of California, Los Angeles Health System was not responsible for the unauthorized release of a woman’s medical records by a romantic rival, a California jury decided Thursday, rejecting her lawyer’s arguments that the victim was due $1.25 million for emotional harm caused by the breach.
A Kentucky county clerk who has refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples was taken into custody Thursday after a federal judge found she was in contempt of court for ignoring the judge’s order to do so.
A Delaware federal judge granted class certification in a securities suit against Wilmington Trust Corp. on Thursday, saying damages did not need to be calculated yet.
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